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Hot water leaking on my foot (gas pedal) along with a sloshing water and sizzling noise.

The water noise is always there, but it seems like the water is only coming out (onto my foot on the gas pedal) when i turn right. There is also a sizzling noise when i turn right. This all only happens when the defrost is on, but as soon as i turn it off my windows fog up instantly??

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THE HEATER CORE IS LEAKING

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SOURCE: Hot water leaking on my foot (gas pedal) along with a sloshing water and sizzling noise.

Sounds like your heater core is leaking. Or the hoses connected to it.

Posted on Oct 26, 2012

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